SU in the News

04/30/2017 | Q13 Fox

Profile: Who is Kshama Sawant?

Story includes analysis by Seattle U American Politics Prof. Patrick Schoettmer.

04/28/2017 | CBC Radio

Facebook isn't doing enough to control violent posts, says expert

Story includes interview with Seattle U criminal justice professor Jacqueline Helfgott.

04/26/2017 | Cascadia Weekly

Growing Veterans: Dirt therapy works its magic on a Skagit hillside

Story about farming and peer support to troubled war veterans includes mention of ongoing Seattle U research study of its combined effect of hands-in-the-dirt farming and strong group interaction.

04/26/2017 | The Huffington Post United Kingdom

Facebook Under Fire After Two Murders Are Broadcast On Live App In Just Two Weeks

Story includes comments that Seattle U criminal justice professor Jacqueline Helfgott made to The Guardian on the topic.

04/26/2017 | The Guardian

Live and death: Facebook sorely needs a reality check about video

Story about videos of crimes posted to Facebook Live includes interview with Seattle U criminal justice professor Jacqueline Helfgott.

04/26/2017 | Seattle Weekly

Minerva Cuevas Wants to Make Your Life Easier

Story about art exhibit at Seattle U's Hedreen Galley.

04/26/2017 | KING5.com

Student-run traffic court gives Seattle's teen drivers a second chance

Story about Seattle Youth Traffic Court, which is managed by Seattle U Law School students.

04/25/2017 | Times Higher Education

Blue-collar advantage: how working-class academics can bring us together

Scholars with working-class backgrounds are ideally placed to change how academics are perceived, says Stefanie Stiles, adjunct professor at Seattle U.

04/20/2017 | Global Washington

Global Washington issue brief & featured organization

April newsletter focuses on coffee farming amidst climate change and profiles of organizations, including Seattle U, that have projects to help small growers cope with the coming challenges.